Returning to IVF treatment

If you’ve already had unsuccessful IVF treatment, we could help.  

When you’ve had IVF treatment previously that has not been successful for whatever reason, it might be time to take a step back and look at your options – even if that means changing clinics. At CARE, we offer sophisticated testing and procedures that can help us get to the bottom of why you’re struggling and why your IVF treatment was unsuccessful, allowing us to create a tailored treatment plan that could improve your chances of success. 

How could CARE help?

At CARE, we’ve a number of different tests and procedures we might suggest to help us understand what’s going wrong and why you've had failed IVF treatment. So, alongside our standard fertility assessments, you could consider:

Once we’ve got the results from any tests or assessments in order to determine why your previous IVF treatment may have failed, we’ll then work on a personal treatment plan – depending on what we find, it could involve extra medication or treatments. These might include:

If we discover things aren’t as they should be, it could be that we’ll talk to you about the possibility of using donor sperm, eggs, or embryos . This might not be an easy choice to make, so we’ll provide all the support you need to make the right decision for you. 

If it wasn't for CARE, we wouldn't have known that I needed extra medication to increase our chances of making that IVF cycle work.

CARE patient
Northampton

What should I do next?

At CARE we'll do everything we can to support you - whoever you are, and wherever you are on your fertility treatment journey. To learn a bit more about what sets CARE apart, explore our website or read about what we stand for

Talk to CARE

If you think you might be interested in one of our treatments, or if you’d like to talk to someone at CARE about your options, there are lots of ways to get started:

  • Book in for a free 1-2-1
  • Book a consultation
  • Come to one of our clinic information events
  • Speak to your local clinic to find out more.

You can do all of the above through our contact form or by calling your local clinic.  

Join our forum

Introduce yourself on our bulletin board and chat to some of our other patients. It can be really comforting to talk to others going through a similar experience, and they might have useful advice for those new to treatment.